27 Drift Court Kingscliff NSW 2487

Notified Development - dwelling and secondary dwelling

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 year ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Tweed Shire Council, reference DA18/0742)


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  1. Marcelle Connell commented

    I am concerned that this property is going to be used for Airbnb/holiday bookings purposes. If this is the case the impact on our lovely quiet street will be massive.

    Increased noise as holidaymakers don't have to work the next day as many of us have to and also traffic and parking will be greatly impacted as we have very little off street parking.

    We have several young families in our street with small children so this development is extremely unsuitable for the location.

  2. Kirk Caldwell commented

    I have an opposing view in that I support the application especially if the intended use is to boost tourism in Kingy. It sounds like the complainant is in the same situation as the potential holiday makers; has a vehicle which adds to the parking problem, is employed suggesting a disposable income which may be used to holiday and has children similar to the typical holiday-maker demographic. As easy as it is to discriminate, I don't believe your [complainant] position can be distinguished from those whom you aim to discourage.

  3. Tracy Barrell commented

    How can anyone assume it's for holiday intended use. Kingscliff is a very sought after area to live with limited housing stock available. I also agree with the second comment that the first complainant would impact others when they potentially park and holiday in other area's.

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